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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PIge six the LETHRniDGE , daily' iiekald FniDAV:, FEBRUARY. 1. 1918 re", London, IJeb. 1.-"Wo aro all weary Of Tvar," said Arthur Hemleraon, labor leader and.fonner member, ot the war ; council, JuTan uddifess to rcpresentn-''tlvoB ot engineers today. "Iniraedlato poaco Is tlio greatest need of tlie world. But peace cannot bo achieved by one section ot labor acting by itself. Peaqe will come when the working class movement as a whole has dlBcorered by conference the condit-ions of an honorable and democratic peace worthy of the unimaginable sacrifices tlie people have made." . Mr, Henderson's address was an appeal to the engineers to abandon their Opposition to the man power bill, pro-vJdinK for.tlio raising ot additional troops,, which Is now before parliament. Mr. Hender/oti si^ld that knowledge f the history of the controversy convinced him that labor was justified in Its stand. .. , , He continued: ."ta the past labor has responded with real patriotiiftn. fully and freely. Is it too much to �appeal to the patriotism ot the sov-rnment? 1 strongly urge the govern-nent to display a more reasonable Spirit." CPR. Official AREONSME Philadelphia, Penn., Feb. 1.- Cloth %eavcrs in this city went on strike today for a fifteen per cent, advance in Kages and changed working conditions. About 10,000 men and women Struck and 1,500more remained away Irom t^e looms. These with a great crowd "of sympathizers toured the mill distrfyt and jome disorders followed their visits to mills. Foremen were sisauUed and weavers who remained kt work were in some Instances forced to join the strikers. It is stated that much ot the output pt the mills affected has been war material for tbe government. Sm Artliur H. Harris.- wbo 'bad bC'an made ^ a Kni(ht Cammandsr ot Ihe BriUsh' Sm-plr� tdr his �er-vfcos to t Canada as Director of Overseas Trajis-port, la a son of the � late Henry Vinton Hnrrla ot Devonport. Devonshire, England. ' Bduuatcd at the Devon port and IStoka' Grammar :School he came to 'this country In (the seventies, en-taring the ser-vlces of ths 0 r n n d Trunk Railway, and rising to the position ot General Freight Agent Through Trafflc, ' In 1302 he Joined the Canadian iPacHlc Railway, since which date to August 1914. he was actively engaged in initiating traflie for the Company's rail and ocean services. On the outbreak of the war. the President ot the Canadian Pacific ottered Mr, Harris' services to the Imperial and Canadian Governments 1 ir the purpose of organizing and di^-ecting an Overseas Transport Ue-pa tment, the successful admlnlstrn-tio: of which li nev recognized by Ills Majesty, WANT TO TAX ROVAt.  DOMAINS GERMANY � � ,  Borne. Fab. 1'.-Seven dopu- > ties In the landtag ot the Duchy- ? of Bndon, representing nil par- > tics, called upon llio Grand Diiko of Iladon and deninnded ? that owing to the serious tin- ? nnclal situation tho tisual ta.xat- ? Ion should be applied to tho according ^o Uie.'VolksUmme ? of St. OftU. Tho'reply was an > nnoqulvoral refusal. The mat- * � > LOCA' MPLEMEN OUSE A EIROPHY Sm Arthub'H. Harris, Director of Oversea* Transport. � ^ Ho is a member of St JatneS' Club, Montreal: Ridcau Club. Ottawa; and the Montreal Royal Golf Club. In isss he married a daughter of the late "Willlant B. Uambc, B.C.L.. ot Montreal, granddaushter of the late Hon. V/ni. -Morris, at one time Receiver-General ot Canada, and niece of the late Hon. AIe.tandor Morris. First Governor of Manitoba and the North West Territories. j Tho I.ethbridge branch ot the Bm-j ersou-Brnntingham Implement com-i pnny. under the management ot Thos. i Quii%\, leads .ill branches of tho com- AVERT STRIKES Washington, Feb. 1.-Satisfactory adjustment ot a wage controversy which threatened a strike of 5,000'employees of tho American Locomotive company was announced today by the department of labor. The (luestions were settled without any stoppage of production. .-V threatened strike by the railway clerks ot the Wabash railroad also has been averted by adjustment of wages and working demands, Id GET AFTER THE HOARDERS F VALUE LIVESTOCK Washing.ton, Feb. 1.-Livestock In tho llnltpd States, on January t, was valued jit .$8,20:1,524,000. the department of agriculture today annoiniced. That was an Increase ot ?1,027,912,000 over n year ago. lit numbers, horses have Increased 358,000; mules increased 101,000; litiich cowa Increased 390,000; - other catt)o Increased 1,867,000; shcop In-creaaod 1,884,000 and swihe Increnaod 3,871,000. Horses numbered 21,563,000 and were valued at J2,a'l8,G2G,000; mules 4,824,000, value *?G21,0G4,000; mtlch cows 2.1,2S4,00(V value �l,643,039,O0O; other cattle 43,546,000. value �1,780,-052.000; sheep 4,S,900,000, vnhio �577,-8G7.db0; awiite 71,374,000. value, 392,27G,000. . pi^dBessional cards QiiNdiMiTHa GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITIIS-Oun barrels attiilgbltiiiod, guns vestock-ed, Run work done by n gunsmith, keys made, IbcUs repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonrfgraphs, any light machineryvropairod, lawn mowers sharpened. U. B. Macdonal.l, Indian Motorcycle Agent, Phona 1012, 4th Ave. S, ^ ' MEDICAL DR. wri. GALBRAITII, 914 third Ave. Sottlh. Ottico house, 1 t6 a p. m.; 7 to 8 p.m. ToiepUona 1263. PIANO tUNINQ O. H. CRIPPS. EXPERT TUNHB-Player-PIatio anti* OVgan Repairer; �0 yeara' taotorr est>erlence. Honours OerUtlcate M.t. Ajisn.. Londbn, Ungland. (Reforenoes to the loading musicians ot the city. Phone UfiH 1263 6tli Ave. A. South, 3 Old ReUabUs Guardian Assurance Co. Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society. Sun Life "Nothino Better In Insurance" W. A. LEVin District Representative SUfford Block Lethbridge FREEOOFCiRGE OF 'New York, Feb. 1.-The federal jury before which Captain Von Rin-telen, a German naval officer, and other Germans are on trial for alleged conspiracy to damage entente vessels before the United States entered the war, today discharged one of the defendants, Karl Schmidt, by order ot United. States Judge Howe. The court held the evidence was insufficient to convict Schmidt, who was chief engineer on the former German steamer E^iederich Der Grosse. Schmidt, however, did not gain his-liberty by the Jtjry's action inasmuch as he has yet to finish serving a two year term in the federal prison at Atlanta,, having been convicted last spring of conspiracy in a previous case growing out of German plots to destroy shipping. �With the discharge of Schmidt the case came to a close with the exception of. attorney's arguments, atad tile judge's charge. These will take place next week and the case will go to the Jury ifrobably Tuesday afternoon. Ottawa, .Ian. 31.-Drastic measures against persons hoarding food are belong considered by the food controller. Warning \wis Issued tonight that householders and others may find themselves in an unenviable predicament if spoiled flour Is found .on their premises. The bakers, who have been in conference this week with the food controller in regard to new regulations governing their bperations, have recommended that the food controller communicate with every grocer and with all retail dealers in flour in Canada requiring from them the names and addresses ot persons who have purchased more than a 98-ponnd bag ot flour during the last month. Your Liver has important work to do. Un* der favorable cotiditions it does it well. If sluggish; relieve it with BEGCHAPI^ PILLS LarsMt Sate of Any Medicine in tk* WerU, Mil narrwbw*. In baxw, 2Sc. Fre3b From the Cow and cleanly handled at every step, our;milk reaches you rich, pure and nourishing. It is milk that is good for babies, for growing .children, for grown-ups and old folks. Use it in your home for any purpose where milk is required. It is absolutely safe being clarified and pasteurized. ' y Crystal Dairy Limited Phone - 1576 1576 UBLISHERS MAKE "ROTESTAGIST NCREASE NEWSPRINT pany for the year lpl7 and is the holder of the handsome silVer cup for the sales competition. Th^e cup was put up for competition in 1913 and must be w'ori three .yoar^ in succession to becqn> of the branch. In 191'3'it was'won, by Peoria, 111.:. In 1914. by, Nashville, Tenn.; in 1915, by �Othalla, Neb.; In 1916, by Fargo, N.D. The cup is awarded on, the following points: Highest.incredsie in. volume, highest volume per meni liighest cash returns, lowest per .cdiiV.''pf open aOr counts, lowest per centipait due papar, i lowest inventory, lowest^i-bst percent-! age ot sales, lowest free reiialrs, iilgh-est not earnings''and general conduct ot business. The Lethbridge branch ' stood highest In all these branches and distanced hiany of the other branches on the point highest caslr returns. I Washington, Feb. l.~Serious con ditlons which threaten a disastrous flood in the Ohio river were reported to the railroad administration today by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad management. * The river already has forced trains out of the passenger station at Clncin-atti and interfered with freight move ment. South of Cincinnati the railway officials report there is an Ice gorge 70 nullea long-and 20 to 40 feet deep, which with the continued rise of water may cause serious damage. AWARDED D, S. O. STORE For Rent 512 THIRD AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE Reasonable Rent RIGHT IN THE HEART OF THE BEST BUSINESS DISTRICT, APPliY TO A. SOUTHARD 2211 Seventh St. W.  Calgary, Alberta. PRIVATE HOSPITALS mvA'i*E^lToswtAE=�fiis Uaarlet4'a Private .Hospital and Maternity Home. 1224 7tk Avenue South. Phone 74S. THE CAVELli HOSPITAL. - FOR maternity cases and all slcitness excepting coutngious diseases. Mrs. S. Helwlg, 316.14lh St. S. Phono 739. KbUCAtlONAL QARBUTT BUSINESS COLLBOE 411 8th St. South, Lethbridga Day and eyehlng achooL Shorthand, Typewniing, Uookkeepinc and all.Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1316 Residence Phone or Principal 1S3I White for Pull information. SHOE RJEPAIRINQ. SHOK JUSPAllUNO-T-Phone 1717 lor your shoe repalra. Work done jjg-omptly. Orders called tor anrt dc Uverod. Frank Miles, 511 4th Ave. South. BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX YEARS We know oar .way atound tho country as well as y�u know tho way from your office to your homo.' Try us. PHONE 1206 UNDERTAKING ^ frarf^ETfEKLir^irEABTNO FUNKk' al director and licensed embaimor .motor or horse driven hearses. Par' lors, opposite Court House. Office phon-. S61, riisldence phone U7a Open day and night MacKAY &~liiacKAY-FUNERAL Directors and Practical Kmbalmers; . office and {-esldbnce. .Alotor and horse drawn equipment. 803 Brd Ave S. Phono 1S02. Always open, never closed. FARIM PRODUCE a.m.j DUS. CONNOR, McNALLY & JAMIB-eon-Office, 109 Shortock Bloclt. Telephones: Office 319; Residence 619. Ottico hours: 11 to 12 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. D5r"tAYLOR-Mlar, Bye, Nose Fnil Throat: 116 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours 10-12; 2-5; evenings by appointment Pbouos: Ottlca 341; Rea- Idenco 593, .OK. 1'. W. TULLBit, PHYSICIAN and Surgeon. Office Sheppard Block opposite Starland Theatre, rooms 6 to 4. Offloo hours: 11 fo 12 a.m.: 1.30 to 3.30 und 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phones: Oftlco 7S0; Residence 420, 8th St S., Phono 1494. DR. J. B. LOVBRINSTPbyslcaininnd Surgeon. X-Ray equipment Office and residence, 812 3rd Ave. south. Hours U-12, l-i and 7-9. Telephone day and night 1242. 298-0 on. G. W. LL'BCfl, M.D., CM., Physl- } clan und Surgeon. Office, Sherlock Block, Lethbridge. Phone 389. Rosl-denco 1111 6lh Avenue. Phono 1007. Office hours: II to IMS; 1.30 to 3.00; 7 to S; Sundays: 1.30 to 3.00.' DOCTOR MARTIGNY-At Cardslou. Physician and Surgeon. Accouchour. Office in tho Wood and Woolf Block. Phono Day and Night 135. OlIIco also In Cardston Pharmacy. Phono day 3. 30-6 .__^JBENTAL___ DR. M. J. GIBSON-iVeNTIBT 0RA1> uate ot Royal College of Dental Su^ gMns Toronto and holder ot a Dom-inlou Dental Certificate*. Ottlca: rooms 5-6 Bryan Block. Phone 1071. UK. L. T. .'UZiKN-DlUNTlST. (SUC-cesser to Ore. Courttco & Ollchrlst), Oraduato of University ot Maryland. Rooms 8-9 Macdonald Block. Phone 11G5, Lethbr-ldge, Alta. DRS. MARRS AND MARRS-^fcJNT-lets. Successors to Drs. Stewart and McCluro. Hours 9 to 5, Office: Hlg-Inbotbam Block. Phone 374. DR. B. 0. "SIMMONDS-DENTIST, inombcr of Royal College of Surgeons. (Bng.) Llccntlalo Royal College ot Physicians (London) L.D.S.. 1900. hours 9 12; 1-5. Oftlco C-S Hig-Inbotham Biocic PhoneslGlfl. Ottawa, Feb, 1.-Plight Commander Alexander MacDonald Shook, D.S.C.,-R.N..^,S., of Toronto, has been awarded the p. S. O. by the King In recognition of his.'services in the pi^osecu-tlpn of the war. Lethbridge, Altu,, Feb. Ist, 1918. Vo the Ratepayers of the City ot Lethbridge, , Oentlenien: The following is an extract from the Monthly Report showing Barnings .i,>' Dnd Expenditures of the Letlibrldge Municipal Railway; Electric Light and ' i'ower, and Coal Mine for the Month of December. (The Street Railway does BOt'include Sinking Fund, Debenture interest, Fire Insurance and Taxes.1 'iif' Expense f^,;,Street Railway .. 4,3G8.B7 ,t ' I^bt and Power .10,400.42 '/lipnal Mine "., . 1,630.25 1 Deficit, 1^ � 19 17 Earnings (1,077,13 14,260,23 2,060.4� Gain 1,708.56 3,850,81 440.21 Expense 3,903.49 9,123,80 1,092,00 19 10 Barnings 4,624.78 , l;l,668.52 1,505,57 Gain 721.29 4,432.72 97.09 Yours truly, I M. FREEMAN; .(SeauttiSKlonec,. Ottawa, Feb. 1.-A sub-committee of the cabinet ot which Hon. A. K. MacLean is the chairman,. this morning heard the protest of the publishers ot the Dominion against tiie recent order of Comraisaioner Prlngle recommending that for three months from February 1 to May 1'. flie price of liewsprint should be ?2.85 per hundred pounds. Mr.' MacLean, as a preliminary to the hearing, expressed the hope that it would be possible to have committees representing the manufactnrers and publishers get together and come to an agreement as to the prices. Already Increased, i-". D. Ross, of Ottawa, on behalf of the publishers .said it was their desiro that there should be no change in the present price-of $2.50 for newsprint until the inquiry into the mhttor has been completed. They would protest against-any advance at present Tho matter was one ot vital concern to the publishers the present price of news print representing an advance of twenty five per cent on the prices that previously' prevailed. As tho manufacturers were selling the great er part ot their production outside ot Canada at good profits - it was only reasonable that they should supply Canadian consumers 'at a fair profit, Big Profit \V. N. Tllioy, K. p., counsel for the publishers, in elaborating the protest against the increase' In prices, stated tho inquiry had demonstrated that one firm had a profit ot $1,50 per ton for marketing the prdductlon . of certain mills. Says They Were Padded -Mr. Tllloy argued also, that the accounts'submitted by the hianutactur-ers of newsprint were padded in that they aid not show actual costst He objected' to a charge for stumpage when the manufacturer rdcelved .'the timber limit free.  Commissioner Prlnglq remarked that a company might h&ve, expondeid two or three millions In the tlevelopment of Its plant to out tho wood and this bad to be taken Into account. .Mr. Tllloy; ,"I willing to .say this, that where a company must erect a plant to qarry on operations, it Is not unfair that It should start a system of depreciation knowing that their limits wlU run out, We are propared to stand for that," ^. , AMERICAN :NAMED London, ,Inn, 30.-;-MlcJmoi AI. Ows-tlnoff, the Russian'consul general In New York, has-been dismissed, accord-luK'to a IlusHlan wireless official statfi-ment received here; John Reed has been appointed tP succeed^ Oustlnoff. The Jojm Read referred tp probably Is the .Amorfoan' new?iMiper , mm and soolalist. ,Hw lias been in Russia since last November. , ' ' The purchase of supplies for the Red Cross branch here was discussed^ between the provincial, officials and the local officials this week during the visit of the provincial officials here, and it was decided to continue the j)ol-icy as far as possible of purchasing all supplies locally. This .has' al^yays been the policy of the local exociitive Supplies not available hero of course will have to be purchased elsewhere. Telegraph Briefs LINQUIST DEAD Tacoma, Wash., Jaui 31.-Bertel Hogne Gunlogsen, widely known as a Itnquiat and Iranshiter, died here yesterday, aged 79. At one tiine-he-was a teacher ot lanBuagos, in � the household ot Queen Victoria., .He was. a native of Iceland. A. G.SPENCE'S LIVERY PHONE 1142 ^ 24 Hour Service Train Calls Promptly Attended STAND AT MOTOR SALES, 'LTD. 36-13 FARM PftODUCTS LIMITED WHOLESALE HAY, POTATOES AND ALFALFA M^AL." Inspectors at Coaldalo, Lethbridge, Raymond, and^ Magrath. Whether you'Want to buy or sell wo^ill mall ycu our Weekly Market Card on request 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING Lethbridg? : :. : : Phone 771 W, i Uoya, Mar., Res. Phone 365 M. R. Haaell, Acct., Res. Phone 1753 UK. T. W. FOX-DENTIST, OllAUU-ato North Western Dental University, Chicago. Off led phone 785; ree-Idcnco phone 752. Ottlcas: Union Bank Building. 15S-0 CHIROPR-ACTOK3 DECORATING BROS";-THE f DOES NOT SETTLE IT Ottawa, Jan. 30,~Tho report from Montreal that Hon. Albert Sevigny, minister of Inland reVepue,'.i8 liUeJy to be declared elected tor the, West-mount-St. Henri div!�lon of� Montreal because the deposit ot his opponent, Mr. Leduc, has been returned. Is not confirmed in' official circles here. ' CUSTOMS RECEIPTS MONTREAL Montreal, .Ian. :',1.-Tlio^customs ro-celpts for tho,month ot .January, 1918, in the port ot Montreal show a falling off of about $400,000 ov^r. the corresponding montli last year. The receipts for the current month, tojtal in rpund figures $2,500,000 as compared with ?2,'.>10,;!S1 for .January. ;917. NEWSPRINT MEN STATE .T}^E^R-CASE Ottawa, Jan. ;U.-iteprosentatlves of newsprint manufacturing intei;e8ts interviewed a . Hub-commlttee of tho cabinet today and stated their case, A delegation of publishers interview the government tomorrow. Hon. A. 1^. MacLeun, as acting minister of : finance. Is head o[ ihu cabinet sub-committee. V I' ,SERIOUS CHARGE, Montreal, ,)aii. ;n.--pno of the spoo lal constables cnKagmi by Inspector ,1, A. A. BolanKor, of tho Montreal'iPolice, to round up rteHortera, hereiUndpr the Milltury Service Act, has been flS�-' rested on a charge ot haY'iK *'''"'Pr ed tlO to'assist a draftev to ,.esc,ai>9, Ho pleaded not KulUy.,"yeaterrt?y be-: fore Judge St. Cyr and' w� ob blUl. ; ^ ' . BOB'S AUTO LIVERY . Closed and heated cars for city end co.mtry trips. Hospital calls n specialty. ^ STAflD, .ALEXANDA HOTEL DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE I PULLEY'S AUTO LIVERY Phone 1540 WELLINGTON BROS.-THE DEC orators, Paperhangers and Painters Kalsomlnlng, General D�coratln| and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters in LethbrldgB. Res. Phone 1472; office phone l'i52. Sherlock Bldg., Lethbridge, Alta.'  \V. KMEUY, PAINTING. DBCORAT-ing. Paper Hanging;, Kalsominint;, etc. Best raatefiais only used for lill work. Eatlnjates willingly given. 936 9tli Street S. Phono 338. SiiMlTti & SMlTw-liVltUM bAllTil and Juno B, Smith.-if you are sick and want to regain hilaltb, lake spinal adjustments and get well. Office in residence, 003 7th Ave. .8., opposite Model Bakery, hours ii.30 to 5, 7 to 9. Phone 1677. MUSIC r MISS AILEEN M. jOnES-Planofortt Playing and Theory; supervision ot H. C. C. Salmon. One hundred per cent ot pupils entered, for t^e examinations ot the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, Lon- . don. En., last year were suooeaaful. Studio. 623 9th Street South. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-TEACHBK of Piano, Harmony and . Theory, Over ten years' teacbin,; experience. Studio fully equipped with blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio yiiii 6th Ave. A. South. WAtER LOQATOR WATER LOCATED-1 CAtN .LOCATE water for you. Charges reasonable. T. L. Davies. Nobleford. 97-0 LIGHT AND,HEAVY HOUSE MOVING C0AL,;C, O. D. � CITY CARTAGE CO. � Van Horn Broi^, 406 5th St. 8, ' Phone 438 DANCING MISS GLADYS ATTRBE will recommence her dancing classes on Thursday next, at the Y. M. C. A. Bail room, classical and fancy dancing for children and adults. List ot classes; Every Thursday-Ballet and Fancy Dancing at 4.30; Boys and girls of High School at 8 o'clock; adult ballroom dances at 9 o'clock. Every Friday-Dancing-and Deportment for girls and boys at 4.30; classical dancing and toch-niquo tor adults al 8 o'clock. Privato lessons by appointment. Phon'o 1605. -7- OTT'S AUTO LIVERY Day Phone 1448, NlQht Phone 787 Th^ Veterans AUTO LIVERY CONDUCTED BY J. E. QOBELLE PHONE 185S -- DRAYING oitAlIKInils West^rnTransferCo. Liniitieiil Office-^. P. R, Freight. PHPNE8 Office ........... ite� Stabiss .......... 1064 Dr.A.T.Spankie M.l^,jf CM. EYE, EARi NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms, 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner 8th Ave. and 2nd. St. EOfft, Catgnry. Oftlco piione M2g48 Rosldonco Phono M2077 Interne and llo'.iso Surgeon, Manhattan Bye, .Ear, Noso and Throat Hospital, Now York City, 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board 274-21 MITCHELL LIVERY . DAY OR NIGHT V/eiley T. Flynn / PhoW? 1760 EYES TESTED J, M. HEHDERSON - SIGHT SPECIALIST Difficult Cases a Specialty Oftic� at Wr'KjIil 5 Jiwi-lkry Slorc Mour^ 10 to 12 n.n. 2tP5pi", CLEANING AND DYEING THid " V A LET-SPEOIaEISTS TH . French Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger ot injury to garments. .Only the highest class nvork l-jrned > out No dyeing. Immediate ntention is given to country orders. S24 6th fitreet South.. Phone 18H. LOO &AM-Cleaning, Presslni, Hi^ pairing and alterations well done at reasonable prices. Wo call for and deliver goods.,410 6tb,Street South. Phone 634. v 261-80 LEE WING, the Toilor. Cleaning, I pressing and repairing, i High claie work at lowest prices. Delivery tree. U3 7th SL aPbohe 1019, ,286-84 electrical engineer H, B, MoBLYBA. ASSOC. A. I. B. B., ' Electrical lilnginoer and Cpntrnotor, makes a Bpooin|ty of wiring country homes and Installlag' lighting plants. Consultations on all kinds of elec' trlcal work, 1264 4th Ave, S. Phone 1888. , I I ELECTRICAL Supplies AND ALL KINDS